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Pale in colour with a distinct grassy nose. On the mid palate this is bold zesty wine with lots of grassy notes to match the nose along with some citrus. The description on the back of the bottle says grapefruit, I’m not certain I’d go that far but this is major wine. On the medium length finish the wine displays some vibrant acidity. It has some great mouth grip and it builds nicely coating the palate. We served it with some pan fried pickerel which is a mild fish and honestly this wine kinda overwhelmed it so be cautious. The LCBO describe it as Aromatic &amp Flavorful … ummm ya! I’d give it an 88 or so.

From the LCBO net website: Verify LCBO stock
Domaine du Pré Baron Sauvignon Touraine 2017 VINTAGES#: 107128 $18.95
Solution Information
Release Date:March two, 2019
Bottle Size: 750 mL bottle
Alcohol/Vol: 12.five%
Produced In: Loire, France
By: Jean-Luc Mardon, vigneron
Sugar Content material: four g/L
Sweetness Descriptor:XD – Additional Dry
Style:Aromatic &amp Flavourful
Varietal: Sauvignon Blanc


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